Sunday, September 16, 2018
9 AM - 2 PM

Pride of the Valley Open Streets

Open Streets initiatives temporarily close streets to automobile traffic and open them to cyclists, pedestrians and other modes of non-motorized transportation.

Open Streets have quickly become one of the most innovative advancements in the livable cities movement. They are an increasingly common strategy in regions that are seeking innovative ways to encourage mode shift to sustainable modes of transportation, reduce traffic congestion, achieve economic and public health improvement.

The Pride of the Valley Open Streets event is both a local celebration and a regional attraction. Residents of Baldwin Park & Irwindale can easily walk, bike, or skate to the route. Those coming from further away can take the Metrolink to the Baldwin Park or Irwindale Stations, or the Metro bus for transit. Use the Metro Trip Planner on to help find your way.

Street Closures

Maine Avenue between Baldwin Park Boulevard and Olive Street

Olive Street between Ramona Boulevard and Azusa Canyon Road

Azusa Canyon Road between Cypress Street and Arrow Highway

Santa Fe Dam entrance from Arrow Highway and Azusa Canyon Road (pedestrian right of way and vehicle entrance only)

Parks (2)
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626.813.5245, Ext. 317

Baldwin Park, Irwindale, LA County, California, USA